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We all know Tinder is notorious for being one of the best sex apps out there, but it isn’t the only one.

We’re not sure how likely it is that there’s someone fanciable on your flight who also has this app.

But if you want to start your holiday romance before you’ve even left UK airspace, it’s probably the best place to start.

Today, the company is taking another step to keep you coming back more often, by upgrading its Messaging feature.

Prior to this launch, Messaging has seen a 40% year-over-year growth in terms of engagement, the company reports, growing to over 60 million interactions each week.

It started out in France back in 2015, but it’s quickly picked up speed around the world.

The way it works is this: after you’ve finished setting up your profile, it tracks where you and other users have crossed paths – as well as how many times it’s happened (or happnd).

Click on the window, and you can have an instant conversation.“In building this we wanted to have a messaging thread through all of what you do on Linked In,” says Sammy Shreibati, senior product manager at Linked In.

That means that no matter where you are on the site, that messaging window will come with you.

Starting today, Linked In lets you send such a message right from that job listing page, or any page you happen to be on within Linked In.

Rather than navigating to a specific location, your inbox is in a small window in the bottom right of the page, similar to a chat list on other social networks like Facebook.

The idea behind this is that only you and your partner can watch your previous bedroom antics together.

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07-May-2020 00:07